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You have mapped a photograph of Ketchikan,Alaska in Seattle at Pier 91.
Can you please move it to the correct position in Ketchikan
Hello MikeS ... the geographic features in Alaska are of such a huge scale, that sometimes it is hard to get a proper perspective ... nothing is small or close, and it is bigger than it first appears ... My visit to Tracy Arm was on a misty/foggy day, which limited sight-seeing visibility, but lent an ethereal (tones of black-and-gray) quality to the photographs. Y'all have a great day, Wally
Jesper, I posted my first picture this one in Panoramio 12 feb. 2008 and was happy as a child when I saw it was selected and visible on Google Earth!
I still think that the main goal of Panoramio is to show the world as the world is (as he is using Google Earth), and not just another art photo gallery.
Hi from UK, Wally.
Glad you like the stitched images of my first trip to Alaska.
If you would like to see more panoramas of places I have visited please take a look at the last two pages of my gallery.
... OK ... so I have marked it as one of my favorites ...
thanks for looking at this image. I had googled the names on the cross and knew of the story - except for the fact that there was no confirmation on their names.
Thanks for correction on mapping of this image.your suggestion is almost right - except I must have taken the shot from the Marina wall, not from the sea - I am not that good a swimmer !!
Thanks for your appreciation and Like. As with your picture of the village, this site in Aruba is always full of people and it took some time to remove them all.
Thank you for your comment,
These Hovercraft were used for the Dover to Calais trip across the English Channel,
Last used in October 2001.
This image taken around 1995.
I am not sure if there are any still in use anywhere